Platform Integrations

Third-party Integrations within FortiFi

Optimistic rollup protocols move all execution off the layer 1 (L1) Ethereum chain, complete execution on a layer 2 (L2) chain, and return the results of the L2 execution back to the L1. These protocols have a sequencer that executes and rolls up the L2 transactions by batching multiple transactions into a single transaction.

If a sequencer becomes unavailable, it is impossible to access read/write APIs that consumers are using and applications on the L2 network will be down for most users without interacting directly through the L1 optimistic rollup contracts. The L2 has not stopped, but it would be unfair to continue providing service on your applications when only a few users can use them.

To help your applications identify when the sequencer is unavailable, you can use a data feed that tracks the last known status of the sequencer at a given point in time. This helps you prevent mass liquidations by providing a grace period to allow customers to react to such an event.

Chainlink Data Feeds provide data that is aggregated from many data sources by a decentralized set of independent node operators. The Decentralized Data Model describes this in detail. However, there are some exceptions where data for a feed can come only from a single data source or where data values are calculated. Read the Selecting Quality Data Feeds to learn about the different data feed categories and how to identify them.

FortiFi uses AVAX and wETH price feeds to help secure vault strategies.

DIA Price Feeds

FortiFi’s operations for the assets sAVAX,wETH, USDC, USDT, and DAI are enabled by a custom oracle provided by DIA, delivering robust, real-time asset price feeds for the assets.

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